Brondesbury College

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Brondesbury College for Boys
Motto Skills for Life
Established 1996[1]
Type Independent Secondary
Religion Sunni Islam
Head Master Mr Amzad Ali
Founder Yusuf Islam
Location 8 Brondesbury Park
Brent
London
NW6 7BT
England England
Coordinates: 51°32′33″N 0°12′46″W / 51.5424°N 0.2127°W / 51.5424; -0.2127
DfE URN 131059 Tables
Ofsted Reports
Students 125
Gender Boys
Ages 11–16
Website Brondesbury College for Boys

Brondesbury College for Boys is a selective[2] independent school for boys situated in Brent, London, England. It was founded by Dr. Yusuf Islam in 1996, as part of the Waqf Al-Birr Educational Trust,[3] to provide an education institution for young Muslim students in the United Kingdom. Brondesbury College performs well in Brent and also nationally with a 83% 5+ A* - C pass rate in GCSE as of 2014.[4] BCB's current head master is Mr Amzad Ali,[1] who succeeded Mr Salahuddin Clifton.

A 2012 Ofsted inspection awarded Brondesbury College as 'Good' in all inspected aspects.[1] The inspection stated that "The English curriculum is a particular strength of the school but the focus of Quranic lessons is not always clear."[1] Brondesbury college caters for years 7 to 11, primary school education is provided for at the government funded Islamia Primary School.[5]

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